Professor of Medicine
Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at the University at Buffalo
Infectious disease, outbreaks and pandemics, vaccinations, bioterrorism planning, flu, Ebola
John Sellick can speak with members of the media about infectious diseases, including outbreaks.
Sellick’s work involves infection prevention and post-travel care. He is a hospital epidemiologist at Veterans Affairs Western New York Healthcare System and Kaleida Health and a staff physician with UB Student Health Services.
His work includes pandemic and bioterrorism planning activities for those hospital systems, as well as for UB. Sellick collaborates with hospital infection control teams, pharmacists, microbiologists and administrators.
He has given talks to the public and medical community about the risks for and treatment of Ebola, and has done media interviews about that disease and others.
John A. Sellick, DO
Professor of Medicine, Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at the University at Buffalo
Staff Physician, University at Buffalo Student Health Services
Hospital Epidemiologist, Veterans Affairs Western New York Healthcare System
Hospital Epidemiologist, Kaleida Health